A reader’s 20-year-old Japanese maple is not showing signs of new growth on its lower limbs. The problem may be linked in part to overwatering, poor drainage or wilt.
A reader’s 20-year-old Japanese maple is not showing signs of new growth on its lower limbs. The problem may be linked in part to overwatering, poor drainage or wilt. Albert Terpak
A reader’s 20-year-old Japanese maple is not showing signs of new growth on its lower limbs. The problem may be linked in part to overwatering, poor drainage or wilt. Albert Terpak

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What ails this Japanese maple?

August 26, 2016 2:00 PM

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